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kiss-and-tell

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adjective

denoting the practice of publicizing one's former sexual relationship with a celebrity, esp in the tabloid pressa kiss-and-tell interview

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kiss and tell

Betray a confidence, as in A real lady doesn't kiss and tell. This idiom originally alluded to betraying an amorous or sexual intimacy. First recorded in 1695, it is still so used, as well as more loosely, as in Don't ask how I voted; I don't kiss and tell.

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